Asperger s Syndrome For Dummies

Asperger s Syndrome For Dummies Author Georgina Gomez de la Cuesta
ISBN-10 9780470664667
Release 2010-12-17
Pages 384
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Asperger's Syndrome For Dummies covers everything that both people living with the condition and their families need to know. From explaining symptoms and getting a diagnosis, through to overcoming bullying in schools and choosing between the therapy and medical treatments available, this is a complete guide to surviving and thriving with the condition. Asperger's Syndrome For Dummies includes: Part I: Understanding Asperger's syndrome (AS) Chapter 1: Introducing Asperger's syndrome Chapter 2: Discovering the causes of Asperger's syndrome Chapter 3: Diagnosing Asperger's syndrome Part II: Living with Asperger's syndrome Chapter 4: Enjoying Life with Asperger's Chapter 5: Getting the most out of education and the workplace Chapter 6: Finding independence and advocating for your rights Part III: Supporting people with Asperger's syndrome Chapter 7: Parenting and Asperger's syndrome Chapter 8: Relating to adults with Asperger's syndrome Chapter 9: Creating an AS friendly environment Part IV: Discovering therapies, medication, diet and environments for AS Chapter 10: Navigating Behavioural Therapies for Asperger's Syndrome Chapter 11: Understanding medication and diet in Asperger's syndrome Part V: Part of Tens Chapter 12: Ten Organisations to go for help and information Chapter 13: Ten positives about living with Asperger's Chapter 14: Ten famous people who probably had Asperger's



The Complete Guide to Asperger s Syndrome

The Complete Guide to Asperger s Syndrome Author Tony Attwood
ISBN-10 9781843104957
Release 2006
Pages 397
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A guide to Asperger's syndrome describes what it is and how it is diagnosed, along with information on such topics as bullying, emotions, language, movement, cognitive ability, and long-term relationships.



Asperger s Syndrome and Adults is Anyone Listening

Asperger s Syndrome and Adults   is Anyone Listening Author Karen E. Rodman
ISBN-10 1843107511
Release 2003
Pages 186
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Focusing on what is referred to as the Cassandra phenomenon, where the neurotypical partner often needs more emotional guidance than the AS partner, this volume gathers together letters, thoughts and poems to give voice to the loneliness, frustration and love felt by many individuals who are close to one or more people with AS.



Asperger s Syndrome

Asperger s Syndrome Author Tony Attwood
ISBN-10 1853025771
Release 1998-01
Pages 224
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Tony Attwood's guide will assist parents and professionals with the identification, treatment and care of both children and adults with Asperger's Syndrome. The book provides a description and analysis of the unusual characteristics of the syndrome and practical strategies to reduce those that are most conspicuous or debilitating. Beginning with a chapter on diagnosis, including an assessment test, the book covers all aspects of the syndrome from language to social behaviour and motor clumsiness, concluding with a chapter based on the questions most frequently asked by those who come into contact with individuals with this syndrome. Covering the available literature in full, this guide brings together the most relevant and useful information on Asperger's Syndrome, incorporating case studies from the author's own practical experience as a Clinical Psychologist, with examples of, and numerous quotations from people with Asperger's Syndrome.



Auf den Spuren Hans Aspergers

Auf den Spuren Hans Aspergers Author Arnold Pollak
ISBN-10 9783794531226
Release 2015-02-25
Pages 65
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In diesem Tagungsband wird Aspergers klinisches Wirken und Forschungsinteresse – der Autismus – mit Beiträgen hochrangiger, internationaler Wissenschaftler in den Mittelpunkt gerückt. Anlässlich des Symposiums 2010 in Wien setzte sich die Wiener Universitätsklink für Kinder- und Jugendheilkunde mit ihrer jüngeren Geschichte und den an ihr tätigen bekannten Persönlichkeiten, darunter Hans Asperger, auseinander. Hans Asperger ist vor allem in jüngerer Zeit durch seine international beachtete Erstbeschreibung des faszinierenden Zustandsbildes des Asperger-Autismus ins Blickfeld der Öffentlichkeit gerückt. Das Symposium bot eine wissenschaftliche Plattform für eine konstruktiv-kritische und fundierte Auseinandersetzung mit dem Leben und Wirken Professor Aspergers – auch in der Zeit des 2. Weltkrieges – und ermöglichte damit die kritische Würdigung seiner Leistungen als Wiener Ärztepersönlichkeit.



Autism and Asperger Syndrome

Autism and Asperger Syndrome Author Uta Frith
ISBN-10 052138608X
Release 1991-10-17
Pages 247
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Is Asperger syndrome a syndrome in its own right or is it a form of autism? Sufferers from the syndrome are like autistic individuals in that they show the same kind of impairments from early childhood; yet they are unlike them in being far more verbally articulate and socially adapted. They can be highly intelligent and reminiscent of eccentrics with their unusual interests, special skills and unworldliness. In this volume several of the major experts in the field discuss the diagnostic criteria of the syndrome, named after Hans Asperger who first described the condition in the 1940s, and illustrate their views with case studies drawn from their clinical practice. They also provide surprisingly practical suggestions on the education and management of autistic children. Current opinion on Asperger syndrome and its relationship to autism is fraught with disagreement and hampered by ignorance. This book gives the first coherent account of Asperger syndrome as a distinct variant of autism.



Asperger s Syndrome and Sexuality

Asperger s Syndrome and Sexuality Author Isabelle Henault
ISBN-10 9781843101895
Release 2006
Pages 208
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How do adolescents with Asperger's Syndrome (AS) cope with sexual feelings and behaviour, and how do people with AS deal with intimacy and communication in sexual relationships? This guide provides practical advice on such issues as puberty, couples' therapy, and maintaining sexual boundaries.



The Essential Guide to Asperger s Syndrome

The Essential Guide to Asperger s Syndrome Author Eileen Bailey
ISBN-10 9781101588710
Release 2012-06-05
Pages 320
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Asperger's Syndrome is a complicated condition that is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. Parents and caregivers can often find themselves bewildered by the circumstances and accompanying behaviors that are associated with raising a child with Asperger's. The Essential Guide to Asperger's Syndrome is a goldmine of practical advice for dealing with many of the common situations that often confront Aspies and their parents. Through the practical and immensely helpful tips in this book parents will learn how to turn potentially stressful situations into calm, manageable moments. Authoritative and complete, this book provides must-have information on seeking a proper diagnosis, different treatment options, developing social skills, dealing with bullying, finding the right school, and helping the young adult with AS transition to college or more independent living. Helping everyone in the family thrive and survive the challenges of Asperger's, this book will be a guiding light to any parent with an Aspie child.



The Many Faces of Asperger s Syndrome

The Many Faces of Asperger s Syndrome Author Maria Rhode
ISBN-10 1855759306
Release 2004-01-01
Pages 302
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This pioneering book is a multidisciplinary collection of papers from psychiatrists, psychologists and child psychotherapists that aims to address the issue of variation within the diagnostic category of Asperger's Syndrome. Until now, books on the subject have been written from an organicist/cognitive viewpoint with few papers from a psychoanalytically informed basis, despite an increasing number of child psychotherapists treating children and adolescents with the syndrome. Children diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome share core anxieties but present a wide spectrum of strikingly different character traits and coping devices. There exists considerable overlap with other conditions such as Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder, Borderline Personality, Schizoid Personality Disorder and psychopathy. The collection boasts a new translation of Asperger's original paper and a historical review of the changing psychiatric perspectives on Asperger's Syndrome, including recollections from Lionel Hersov, a personal acquaintance of Asperger. A child psychotherapist provides a commentary on Asperger's paper from the perspective of recent developments in the psychoanalytic treatment of children with autistic spectrum disorders. Cognitive approaches are reviewed and compared and contrasted to psychoanalytic theory. Two first-person accounts are included and studied as to how they link with and differ to psychoanalytic theory and the case study of a 10-year-old boy is discussed in relation to various diagnostic criteria. This groundbreaking book will be of interest to mental health professionals, teachers and all those concerned with Asperger's Syndrome. Contributors include Anne Alvarez, Lionel Hersov, Sally Hodges, Trudy Klauber, Maria Rhode, Judy Shuttleworth, David Simpson.



Asperger s Syndrome That Explains Everything

Asperger s Syndrome   That Explains Everything Author Stephen Bradshaw
ISBN-10 9780857007025
Release 2012-10-15
Pages 304
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Students with Asperger's Syndrome (AS) frequently find the school environment challenging, despite often having a high level of academic ability, because their unique social and sensory difficulties are not fully understood or accommodated. This book clearly explains proven and practical approaches in education and care that will enable young people with AS in primary and secondary education to thrive. The author uses anecdotes from his extensive teaching experience to illustrate potential problem areas and put forward solutions. There are useful strategies for dealing with issues relating to anxiety, communication, social rules, relationships and classroom behaviour. Accounts from parents and young people with AS who have benefited from the approaches described in the book are also included. This book is a comprehensive and accessible resource for teachers, carers and professionals working with young people with AS, equipping them with the insight to help AS pupils succeed, not only in school, but in the wider world. Parents will also find it useful.



22 Things a Woman with Asperger s Syndrome Wants Her Partner to Know

22 Things a Woman with Asperger s Syndrome Wants Her Partner to Know Author Rudy Simone
ISBN-10 0857005863
Release 2012-03-15
Pages 144
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Rudy Simone covers 22 common areas of confusion for someone dating a female with AS and includes advice from her own experience and from other partners in real relationships. She talks with humour and honesty about the quirks and sensitivities that you may come across when getting to know your partner. All the pivotal relationship landmarks are discussed, including the first date, sex, and even having children. This entertaining and easy-to-read book will be ideal for anyone dating, or in a relationship with, an AS female. Women with AS themselves, and their families and friends, will also enjoy the book and find it useful. Counsellors and other professionals working with women with AS will find the insight offered extremely enlightening.



Asperger s and Girls

Asperger s and Girls Author Tony Attwood
ISBN-10 9781932565409
Release 2006
Pages 150
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World-renowned experts join those with Asperger's Syndrome to resolve issues that girls and women face every day!



Asperger s Syndrome and High Achievement

Asperger s Syndrome and High Achievement Author Ioan Mackenzie James
ISBN-10 9781843103882
Release 2006
Pages 224
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This fascinating collection identifies famous figures from the past whose behaviour suggests they may have had autism, a disorder that was not defined until the mid-20th century. James looks at the lives of 20 individuals - scientists, artists, politicians and philosophers - examining their interests, successes, indifferences and shortcomings.



Loving Someone with Asperger s Syndrome

Loving Someone with Asperger s Syndrome Author Cindy Ariel
ISBN-10 9781608820795
Release 2012-03-01
Pages 216
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If you’re in a relationship with someone who has Asperger’s syndrome, it’s likely that your partner sometimes seems cold and insensitive. Other times, he or she may have emotional outbursts for no apparent reason. And in those moments when you can’t understand each other at all, you both feel fed up, frustrated, and confused. The behavior of people with Asperger’s can be hard to understand and easy to misinterpret, which is why it’s so important to learn more about your partner’s condition. The tools presented in Loving Someone with Asperger’s Syndrome will help you build intimacy and improve the way you and your partner communicate. Filled with assessments and exercises for both you and your partner, this book will help you forge a deeper, more fulfilling relationship. This book will teach you how to: • Understand the effect of Asperger’s syndrome on your partner • Practice effective communication skills • Constructively work through frustrations and fights • Establish relationship ground rules to help you fulfill each others’ needs



Asperger s Syndrome

Asperger s Syndrome Author Linda J. Baker
ISBN-10 9781135624132
Release 2004-09-22
Pages 308
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In recent years, a growing number of children and adults have been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, a neurological condition characterized by severe difficulties with social communication. While extremely talented in their areas of special interest, many with the diagnosis also have problems with coordination and sensory processing. Professionals and families struggle to help them function competently and make the most of their unique abilities. This readable and practical book synthesizes the latest knowledge about how to do so in various contexts from early childhood on. The authors include psychologists, psychiatrists, special educators, an occupational therapist, a specialist in communication disorders, and a lawyer, with diverse philosophies and methods of intervention. They suggest a variety of ways to help those with Asperger's adapt to the "neurotypical" world, and to bridge the social chasms that can develop as they are integrated into schools, organizations, and communities. Asperger's Syndrome: Intervening in Schools, Clinics, and Communities constitutes a vital resource for all those who seek to improve the lives of individuals with the syndrome.



Asperger Syndrom

Asperger Syndrom Author Tony Attwood
ISBN-10 3830432194
Release 2005
Pages 247
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Asperger-Kinder stark machen fürs Leben So erkennen Sie das Asperger Syndrom: Ihr Kind entfaltet seine geistigen Fähigkeiten ganz normal, ist aber sehr zurückgezogen und gehemmt? Weder die Diagnose Hyperaktivität noch Autismus treffen auf es zu? Dann verschaffen Sie sich Klarheit. Durch zahlreiche Tests und Check-Listen erhalten Sie ein genaues Bild und endlich eine sichere Diagnose. Endlich verstehen, was in Ihrem Kind vor sich geht Erscheint Ihnen Ihr Kind manchmal schrullig und wenig einfühlsam? Sind seine Bewegungen unbeholfen und schließt es keine Freundschaften? Eindrucksvoll schildern hier Kinder und Erwachsene mit Asperger-Syndrom, nach welchen Gesetzen sie denken und fühlen - und warum sie immer wieder missverstanden werden. Das Buch öffnet die Tür zu ihrem Innern. Wirksame Übungen für zu Hause: So helfen Sie Ihrem Kind: Eltern, Therapeuten und Lehrer erhalten hier viele Anregungen, wie sie betroffene Kinder besser erreichen und fördern. Mit den bewährten Spielen und Übungen lernt Ihr Kind ein neues Verhalten - und so mit sich selbst und anderen besser zurechtzukommen. Dieses einzigartige Programm hilft ihm auch, eigene und Gefühle anderer genauer und stärker wahrzunehmen.



Asperger s Syndrome and Mindfulness

Asperger s Syndrome and Mindfulness Author Chris Mitchell
ISBN-10 1846428882
Release 2008-12-15
Pages 144
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Understanding who you are can be a lonely and difficult process following the diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome (AS). Asperger's Syndrome and Mindfulness illuminates this experience as an empowering path of discovery through the teachings of Buddhism. Chris Mitchell draws parallels between the experience of his own journey towards personhood through AS and the spiritual tenants of Theravada Buddhism, as outlined through the Eightfold Path, a guideline to personal development. Worry and anxiety, confusing desires or negative thoughts are among the everyday hindrances a person with AS faces. This book takes the reader through the key beliefs of Theravada Buddhism, such as Mindfulness and the Four Noble Truths, showing how practices such as Insight Meditation can lead to a positive resolution of these feelings. Talking openly about his own personal experiences, Chris Mitchell provides helpful tips and suggestions for improving confidence and self-esteem towards an overall better sense of self that will be of interest to anyone diagnosed with AS or their family and friends.